CSE Option in Agricultural and Biological Engineering
The Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering (ABE) offers a CSE Option in the M.S. degree program. Students electing the CSE Option are expected to satisfy all regular requirements for graduate study in ABE. A student will normally be able to satisfy the requirements for the CSE Option by taking elective courses within the ABE graduate programs.
For the M.S. in ABE with the CSE Option, the following additional requirements must be satisfied: four hours of course work must be from CSE core courses, and four additional hours of course work must be from an approved list of computational application courses (see below). The M.S. thesis must have a significant computational component.
Computational Application Courses for ABE
- CSE 401 | CS 450 | ECE 491 | MATH 450 – Numerical Analysis
- CSE 414 | CS 473 | MATH 473 – Fundamental Algorithms
- CSE 427 | CS 418 – Interactive Computer Graphics
- CSE 441 | ECE 490 – Introduction to Optimization
- CSE 450 | TAM 470 – Computational Mechanics
- CSE 451 | AE 420 | ME 471 – Finite Element Analysis
- CSE 510 | CS 555 | MATH 552 – Numerical Methods for PDEs
- CSE 517 | TAM 574 – Advanced Finite Element Methods
- CSE 527 | CS 519 – Scientific Visualization
- CSE 543 | ECE 547 – Topics in Image Processing
- CSE 551 | CEE 570 – Finite Element Methods